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Revved Up And Running: Shop Tour Of Coast Corvette In Anaheim, CA

We dropped by lovely Orange County to check out Coast Corvette, specializing in the early generations of America's sports car superstar. Sales, repairs, and a cool showroom, all in one place! Read More


Temecula Rod Run – 2015

The 2015 Temecula Rod Run was the hot spot of the weekend, and the rustic setting of Old Town Temecula, California made for one awesome show. Read More


New GT Pro-Touring Sport Wheel From GT Performance

Restoring your classic? Looking for a mix of modern and classic in a GM steering wheel? Look no further than GT Performance and its new GT Pro-Touring Sport Wheel. It's all right here–check it out! Read More


Corvette Craft: The Story Behind GTS Customs

Greg Thurmond, of GTS Customs in Simi Valley, California, is a strong believer in slow and steady work. His everyday business consists of fixing up old Corvettes, and they come out looking anything but normal. Read More


SEMA 2014: Mothers Knows Best How To Clean Your Ride

Mothers Polish made waves at this year's SEMA Show, showcasing new ways to restore and refresh classic car trim and headlights. Check out more about these new products inside. Read More


Honoring S. Truett Cathy, Chick-fil-A Founder And Car Enthusiast

Reading through The NY Times, we caught news of the Chick-fil-A founder’s passing. We then stumbled upon an Atlanta-based news station who published a gallery of Cathy's classic car collection, check it out. Read More


Corvette Graveyard in Upstate New York

Cars get abandoned for various reasons, but in this field, four C3 Vettes were abandoned and left for dead. Read More


Italian Corvette/Camaro Club Meet

In the land of Ferraris and Lamborghinis, it comes as quite a surprise that Italians could hold Corvette Club gatherings on foreign soil that would rival ones in America. Read More


Dress Up Your Engine With Edelbrock’s Classic Series Parts

Have you opened your engine bay recently and thought that everything looked...old? We know that feeling, and so does Edelbrock, which has announced its new Classic Series of valve covers and air cleaners. Read More

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EnerSys Expands ODYSSEY Performance Series Battery Product Line

EnerSys is looking to expand their lineup of awesome ODYSSEY Performance Series batteries for automotive enthusiasts with three new offerings, set to release this fall. Read More


Some Classic Cars A Better Investment Than Gold

While the price of many collectibles has sunk in the wake of the Great Recession, classic car prices have more than doubled in the past five years. Average transaction prices are up 28% this year alone. Read More


A Brief Look at the Past: The Canary Islands Corvette Special, 1956

This 57 year-old home movie captures some classic Corvettes in their early days, long before the 1963 split rear window Sting Rays, the 1966 427 big block Corvettes, and the modern cars we love today. Will our cell phone videos be as evocative as this, six decades from now? Read More


GT Performance Classic “Bell Style” Steering Wheel

If you or someone you know has a passion for dirt track racing, this new steering wheel from GT Performance is right up your alley. For added style, you can even choose from a host of custom Ford and GM logo horn buttons (sold separately). Read More


Craigslist Find: Corvette Golf Cart

Styled to resemble a first-gen Y-body, this custom electric vehicle features "Cragers", billet pedals and "sterring" column, and an ice chest under the hood. One thing it doesn't have, though, is any visible way to carry golf bags, making this really just a "cart." Read More


The History of Rick Hendrick’s 1967 Corvette Roadster Convertible

Rick Hendrick's passion for collecting Corvettes goes beyond first-of purchases. A majority of his collection carries a bit of history and has a story to tell, as we see with his 1967 Corvette Roadster Convertible featured on Read More


Video: The Royal Racer in Biarritz

From Britain to Sweden to Switzerland, the Old World has a love (or lust) for some brawny American muscle. They don't do it out of investment, irony, mockery or humor, but for legitimate love and passion for our cars. Read More

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